I am visiting Thailand in late January, early February. I’ve done the usual stuff: temples, Grand Palace, floating markets, night bazaars and beaches. I’m looking for something new, some places to party. I’ll be in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai. I’m in my mid-20’s, traveling with friends and family.
I’m also bilingual, so I can go most places easily and unfettered.
Thanks for any tips you’ve got.
Hi spanky, I think a better word would be เสรี (say-ree). อิสระ “itsara” is more like political freedom.
The trekking option won’t fly with my elderly parents, but if I might take off with my friend.
i would book a 3 day trek in CM or CR. I did that a few years ago and it was still hard to beat! It is a little rugged, but very fun, especially if you are with others you know. You walk, ride a bamboo raft (they make in front of you), ride elephants, and stay in long houses with the locals. It is cheap too. You can book a trip in BKK or CM/CR with any local agent. Believe me – it will be great!!
OPENCHIANGMAI.COM Night Bazaar Shopping Street Chiang Mai
Surveying Night Bazar video by PR pretty girl. This place you can travel shopping mall , get Inter food and Chiangmai souvenirs. It’s telling that Night Bazar keep everything that is most wanted in Chiangmai city. Night Bazar shopkeepers have International skills to sale their various products or survices by English language. Such as Local handmade handicraft, souvenirs or anything that you want.